Monthly Archives: March 2019

Surgical Strike 2.0

Surgical Strike 2.0 : India’s befitting reply

This is the beginning of a new India.  Now, India has learnt if someone gives it a hundred cuts, they will be repaid with major cuts for each one.  India has learnt how to pay back the inflicts given on it with compound interest.

The Indian Air force carried out a preemptive strike on the terror camp at Balakot, Pakistan.  Twelve Mirage 2000 jets were used in the operation.  The operation claimed to kill many terrorists and destroy terror camps.

 

 

The neighbouring country is dumb-founded what to admit and what to deny.  In fact, It is unable to respond.

India has shown if Pakistan is unable to stop the terrorism running from its region, India knows how to eliminate it.

This is the first lesson for the neighbouring country.  Even though it doesn’t learn anything from it, India is ready to show more.

Pakistan is not in a position to retaliate.  No country is with it.  Even its close friend China didn’t object to India.  Which country will be with it, for a failed and bankrupt state!

The IAF struck deep into its territory, and it was not in a position to object.  This time, India was restricted to strike only on terror camp.

India may even think of hitting its military assets if the later gives further inflicts.

Time has come that the neighbouring country should live with peace and become a trustworthy nation before the world.

 

Also Read :

 

After Technical Hold, How Should India Respond China Deplomatically?

 

We Should Have Faith In Our Army

 

Other Countries That Got Independence On August 15

 

India Will Stop Flow Of Water To Pakistan

 

Mission Shakti: An Another Leap In The Space
Indus Water Treaty

India will stop flow of water to Pakistan

“Blood and water cannot flow together.”

This was the remarkable statement of Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi after the Uri terror attack in 2016.

Now that Pakistan didn’t learn any lesson even after the surgical strike therein.  It repeated the heinous act in Pulwama.  So, India has decided to stop the flow of its share of water to Pakistan under the Indus Water Treaty.

 

 

A curiosity may arise that it is an international treaty.  So by stopping the flow of water, whether India is violating this treaty.  We will have to flashback to know the answer.

Indus Water treaty was signed between India and Pakistan in 1960.  The World Bank was a co-signatory.  Six rivers flow from Indus Water Basin that flow across India and Pakistan.

India will utilize the water of three eastern rivers namely Ravi, Beas and Sutlej.  Pakistan will control over the water of three western rivers namely Indus, Jhelum and Chenab.

It is an interesting fact that India can also utilize some part of water flowing in the western rivers for irrigation, power generation, fish culture etc.  This was allowed for the reason that Pakistan receives more water than India.

However, India has never made use of this facility.  Moreover, it lets some portion of its share of water of eastern rivers flow in Pakistan. This water is used in Pakistan for irrigation.

Undoubtedly, India can stop the flow of water across the eastern rivers.  There would be no violation of the treaty because this water comes under its territory.   Even if Pakistan challenges it in the International Court, its appeal will be rejected.

But the economy of Pakistan will be affected badly, as agriculture in the affected area will be spoiled.

However, to stop the flow of water, India will have to, heavily, invest in infrastructure by making dams and canals.  Anti-nationalists may target the dams, so India will also have to arrange big security for them.

Presently, India is undertaking four projects to ensure its full share of eastern rivers.  This water will be used in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Delhi.

But all these will take time.  Till then, we cannot let the blood of our soldiers flow.  So India should also take military-remedy to tighten the screw on Pakistan.

 

Also Read :

 

After Technical Hold, How Should India Respond China Deplomatically?

 

We Should Have Faith In Our Army

 

Surgical Strike 2.0

 

Abrogation Of Article 370 And Future Of Jammu & Kashmir

 

Mission Shakti: An Another Leap In The Space

 

Pulwama Terror attack

Pulwama Terror attack: We fail as we are divided

Following the Pulwama terror attack, the blood of the whole country is boiling.  Countrymen are asking till when India would have to bear the brunt of terrorism.
Everyone’s eyes are towards the Prime Minister as to what step his government takes. To improve the global and internal status of the country, the government has implemented so many policies.
This would be the crucial decision by the government before the due election. The government will have to prove that his alliance deserves another chance to govern the country.
But before going to discuss the actions to be taken by the government, we will first, have to introspect, whether we are united to fight against terrorism.
A large sector of our country is still unknown as to who is responsible for this plight. We can read the statement of one of our parliamentarians saying – “Can an entire nation be blamed for a handful of people”?
Similarly, we can see a large number of posts and twits on social sites justifying and partying on the killing of our soldiers.
Are all our national and regional parties unanimous with the policies for fighting against terrorism?
A large number of enemies are inside our country and many of our political parties, intellectuals and press media give moral support to them.
If the government takes one or more actions, several voices will stand against them. It is also most likely that another government will lift all implementations if it comes to power.

 

 

The world knows that behind this attack, there is a failed, bankrupt and non-democratic country non-other than Pakistan. Government is only for the name, the military is dominant over the government. All terror acts are controlled from there.
So targeting a half-dozen enemy-bunkers, arresting some terrorists or making some surgical strikes will no longer work.  The government will have to take some stern and effective measures.

To withdraw the Indus water treaty would be a decisive step.  India can also think of closing the tag of the most favoured nation.  Closing the Pakistan embassy in the country may be the right decision.  And most effectively, India should also think about some military operation against Pakistan. 

But all these will work if we are united to fight against terror.

 

Also Read :

 

After Technical Hold, How Should India Respond China Deplomatically?

 

We Should Have Faith In Our Army

 

Surgical Strike 2.0

 

India Will Stop Flow Of Water To Pakistan

 

Mission Shakti: An Another Leap In The Space

UPSC interview

A welcome proposal for the unsuccessful candidates in UPSC interview

It would be right to say that the UPSC exam is one of the toughest competitive examinations of the world.  Around 6 lakh candidates appear for this exam, whereas only 600-700 candidates get success in the final round of interview.

The glamour of civil services is such that candidates appear for this exam again and again till they succeed in the interview.  However, persistence to prepare for this exam for a number of times is not possible for everyone.

So, what about such candidates who get failed in the final round of interview, some even from one to two numbers.  Are they not capable of getting services in the government offices?

Certainly, they are efficient to hold a government job.  In fact, they have gained a good understanding of governance until the preparation of the interview stage.

 

 

Considering this, the Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission has sent a proposal to the Central government and ministries to recruit failed candidates in the interview.

If the government approves the recommendation, the unsuccessful candidates will get government service in ministry offices in a suitable post according to their rank.

The government should approve the proposal since this is good for both the government and the candidates.  There will be less burden for the government to hold exams for several posts. The candidates, too, will be relieved from the undue pressure.

This provision is already prevalent in the Staff Selection Commission and the Railway Recruitment Board.

So let’s appeal to the government to approve the recommendation of UPSC in order to go one step ahead in the path of shining India.

 

Also Read :

 

10 Unknown Women Freedom Fighters Of India

 

10 Interesting And Incredible Facts About India

 

Other Countries That Got Independence On August 15

 

Unknown Fact About Queen Of Jhansi

 

Padma Awards Got Blessed By ‘Mother Of Trees’